from THE FRATELLIS
Chelsea Dagger / Whistle for the choir / many more !!
The biggest INDIE NIGHT Northallerton has seen !!
Don't miss Barry Fratelli smashing out the biggest Indie anthems !!
Barry Fratelli Bio 2014
The Fratellis released their first triple platinum selling album "Costello Music" in 2006, named after Barry's studio where the band rehearsed in their early days. It has gone on to sell well over a million copies. The band then released gold selling follow up album "Here We Stand". Sold out headline tours and festival apperances world wide led the band to being invited to open for The Police, The Rolling Stones, Kasabian, Muse and The Who, picking up numerous awards along the way including The Brit award for best breakthrough act 2007.
Roger Daltrey introduced the band at their headline TCT Royal Albert Hall show by saying....."If The Who had come from Scotland, we would have been called The Fratellis".
Barry has been performing headline DJ sets at club nights, festivals and after show parties all over the world including regular slots at Propaganda, Big Chill festival, T in the Park, special guest DJ at the Cultural Inglesa festival in Sao Paulo Brazil 2012, Fuji Rocks festival Japan 2012, Clockenflapp festival Hong Kong and club sets in Tokyo, Dubai, Sydney, Dublin, Madrid, Milan, Brussels, Ibiza, Rome and hometown of Glasgow among others.
During The Fratellis hiatus Barry spent time Dj'ing, recording as a session musician, writing and recording with members of Spiritualized, working on various side projects and returning to the live stage as session bass guitarist for The Twang.
In 2012 The Fratellis reunited for a one off charity event which then led to the recording and release of their third album "We need medicine". The band are currently touring the album with festival dates and headline shows worldwide including 2 recent sold out tours of the USA and Canada.
Although listed as an "indie" DJ, he approaches each set differently depending on the crowd playing indie anthems new and old, mod, soul, ska, dirty rock n' roll and decent beats and grooves. You will not hear any Dubstep or Katy Perry but you can expect to hear anyone from Aretha Franklin via Hot Chip to The Jesus and Mary Chain in a set that will keep any dance floor full from start till finish and then some.